How to Make a Storage Pool

Introduction: How to Make a Storage Pool

Hello guys! Today I'll teach you how to add a permanent drive to windows 10.

Step 1: Create a VHD.

If you've created a virtual disk, you should probably us it. Your VHD will permanently stay in-put. If lost, you should click all the VHD that makes it up.

Create a VHD

Steps to add a hard drive to This PC in Windows 10:
Step 1: Open Disk Management.

Step 2: Right-click Unallocated (or Free space) and choose New Simple Volume in the context menu to continue.

Step 3: Choose Next in the New Simple Volume Wizard window.

Step 4: Specify a volume size that is between the offered maximum and minimum sizes, and then click Next.

Step 5: Assign a drive letter to the new hard drive and tap Next. Tip: The default drive letter assigned to the new partition is E.

Step 6: Tap Next to choose formatting this hard drive.

Step 7: Hit Finish to complete hard drive addition and exit the wizard.

Tip: In the pop-up Microsoft Windows dialog, choose Format disk to go to format the new hard drive so that you can use it, such as storing data in it.

Step 2: Making It Stay In-put.(Last-Step)

To make it to stay in-put is an easy thing. Follow the steps below:

1.Connect the storage drives to your Windows 10 PC.

2.Go to the taskbar, type Storage Spaces in the search box.

3.Select “Create a new pool and storage space.”

4.Select the drives you want to add, and then select “Create pool.”

5.Give the drive(s) a name and letter.Choose “Create storage space.”

You can add 5 drives to it. You'll use 11.9GB of 319TB

Hint: You should probably make the VHD 64TB

Thanks.

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    CGH Excel
    CGH Excel

    Tip 1 year ago

    Be sure to use 64TB otherwise set the allocation to Default or 2048